Gendered Lives

Author: Julia Wood

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1111346488

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 416

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Written by leading gender communication scholar Julia T. Wood, GENDERED LIVES, 10th Edition introduces students to theories, research, and pragmatic information, demonstrating the multiple and often interactive ways that our views of masculinity and femininity are shaped within contemporary culture. With the most up-to-date research, balanced perspectives of masculinity and femininity, a personal introduction to the field, and a conversational first-person writing style, this engaging text encourages students to think critically about gender and our society. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Gendered Lives: Communication, Gender, and Culture, 8th

Author: Julia Wood

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1428229957

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 416

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Written by leading gender communication scholar Julia T. Wood, GENDERED LIVES, Eighth Edition, introduces you to theories, research, and pragmatic information demonstrating the multiple and often interactive ways that our views of masculinity and femininity are shaped within contemporary culture. With the most up-to-date research, balanced perspectives of masculinity and femininity, a personal introduction to the field, and a conversational first-person writing style, GENDERED LIVES, Eighth Edition, is an engaging text that encourages you to think critically about gender and our society. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Gendered Lives: Communication, Gender and Culture

Author: Julia Wood

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 0495794163

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 400

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Written by leading gender communication scholar, Julia T. Wood, GENDERED LIVES, Ninth Edition, introduces students to theories, research, and pragmatic information demonstrating the multiple and often interactive ways that our views of masculinity and femininity are shaped within contemporary culture. With the most up-to-date research, balanced perspectives of masculinity and femininity, a personal introduction to the field, and a conversational first-person writing style, GENDERED LIVES, Ninth Edition, is an engaging text that encourages students to think critically about gender and our society. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Gendered Lives

Communication, Gender & and Culture

Author: N.A

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

ISBN: 0534636152

Category: Drama

Page: 364

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PART ONE: CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS. Introduction: Opening the Conversation. 1. The Study of Communication, Gender, and Culture. 2. Theoretical Approaches to Gender Development. 3. The Rhetorical Shaping of Gender: Women's Movements in America. 4. The Rhetorical Shaping of Gender: Men's Movements in America. 5. Gendered Nonverbal Communication. 6. Gendered Nonverbal Communication . PART TWO: GENDERED COMMUNICATION IN PRACTICE. 7. Gendered Family Dynamics. 8. Gendered Close Relationships. 9. Gendered Education: Communication in School Settings. 10. Gendered Organizational Communication. 11. Gendered Media: The Influence of Media in Views of Gender. 12. Gendered Power and Violence. Epilogue: Looking Backward, Looking Forward. Glossary. References. Index.

Gendered Lives

Author: Julia Wood

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 0495006548

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 368

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Written by the leading gender communication scholar, Julia Wood's text introduces students to theories, research, and pragmatic information that demonstrate the multiple and often interactive ways in which our views of masculinity and femininity are shaped within contemporary culture. With the most up-to-date research, balanced perspectives of masculinity and femininity, a personal introduction to the field, and a conversational first-person writing style, GENDERED LIVES provides students with an engaging text that encourages them to think critically about gender and our society. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Historical Archaeology of Gendered Lives

Author: Deborah Rotman

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387896687

Category: Social Science

Page: 265

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During the last half of the nineteenth century, a number of social and economic factors converged that resulted in the rural village of Deerfield, Massachusetts becoming almost entirely female. This drastic shift in population presents a unique lens through which to study gender roles and social relations in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The lessons gleaned from this case study will provide new insight to the study of gender relations throughout other historical periods as well. Through an intensive examination of both historical and archaeological evidence, the author presents a clear picture of the gendered social relations in Deerfield over the span of seventy years. While gender relations in urban settings have been studied extensively, this unique work provides the same level of examination to gender relations in a rural setting. Likewise, where previous studies have often focused only on relations between married men and women, the unique case of Deerfield provides insight into the experiences of single women, particularly widows and “spinsters”. This work presents a unique contribution that will be essential for anyone studying the historical archaeology of gender, or gender roles in the Victorian era and beyond.

Gendered Lives

Gender Inequalities in Production and Reproduction

Author: Shirley Dex,Jacqueline L. Scott,Anke Plagnol

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 1849806276

Category: Social Science

Page: 231

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'This state-of-the art collection brings together the latest research of eminent experts in the field. It combines a wide sweep with focused analysis of gender dynamics at home and at work, and the interaction between them. A longitudinal and life course perspective underpins the authors' assessment of the current state of gender inequality, and helps explain why some domains are more resistant to change than others. This timely and innovative volume will be an excellent resource for academics and policy-makers alike.' – Miriam Glucksmann, University of Essex, UK This meticulous book examines how gender inequalities in contemporary societies are changing and how further changes towards greater gender equality might be achieved. The focus of the book is on inequalities in production and reproductive activities, as played out over time and in specific contexts. It examines the different forms that gendered lives take in the household and the workplace, and explores how gender equalities may be promoted in a changing world. Gendered Lives offers many novel and sometimes unexpected findings that contribute to new understandings of not only the causes of gender inequalities, but also the ongoing implications for economic well-being and societal integration. This topical and interdisciplinary study by leading researchers in the field will appeal to course leaders, researchers and postgraduate students in sociology, economics, public policy, demography and human geography. Social scientists interested in gender equality, labour market behaviour and public policy will also find much to interest them in this fascinating book.

Gendered Lives

Sociology, Sociology

Author: CTI Reviews

Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews

ISBN: 1478405155

Category: Education

Page: 25

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Facts101 is your complete guide to Gendered Lives. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

Gendered Lives in the Western Indian Ocean

Islam, Marriage, and Sexuality on the Swahili Coast

Author: Erin E. Stiles,Katrina Daly Thompson

Publisher: Ohio University Press

ISBN: 082144543X

Category: Social Science

Page: 400

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Muslim communities throughout the Indian Ocean have long questioned what it means to be a “good Muslim.” Much recent scholarship on Islam in the Indian Ocean considers debates among Muslims about authenticity, authority, and propriety. Despite the centrality of this topic within studies of Indian Ocean, African, and other Muslim communities, little of the existing scholarship has addressed such debates in relation to women, gender, or sexuality. Yet women are deeply involved with ideas about what it means to be a “good Muslim.” In Gendered Lives in the Western Indian Ocean, anthropologists, historians, linguists, and gender studies scholars examine Islam, sexuality, gender, and marriage on the Swahili coast and elsewhere in the Indian Ocean. The book examines diverse sites of empowerment, contradiction, and resistance affecting cultural norms, Islam and ideas of Islamic authenticity, gender expectations, ideologies of modernity, and British education. The book’s attention to both masculinity and femininity, broad examination of the transnational space of the Swahili coast, and inclusion of research on non-Swahili groups on the East African coast makes it a unique and indispensable resource. Contributors: Nadine Beckmann, Pat Caplan, Corrie Decker, Rebecca Gearhart, Linda Giles, Meghan Halley, Susan Hirsch, Susi Keefe, Kjersti Larsen, Elisabeth McMahon, Erin Stiles, and Katrina Daly Thompson

Men, Masculinities, and Aging

The Gendered Lives of Older Men

Author: Edward H. Thompson,, Jr.

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1442278560

Category: Social Science

Page: 272

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Men, Masculinities, and Aging explores the intersections of generations, class, geographies, and masculinities. It offers a fresh perspective on men’s experiences with bodily aging, growing older within ageist societies, and navigating the virtual absence of cultural guidelines for being an old man.

Gendered Lives, Sexual Beings

A Feminist Anthology

Author: Joya Misra,Mahala D. Stewart,Marni Alyson Brown

Publisher: Sage Publications, Incorporated

ISBN: 9781506329345

Category: Social Science

Page: 648

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This innovative reader contains foundational and cutting-edge articles representing a range of primary feminist research by established and early-career scholars. Editors Joya Misra, Mahala Dyer Stewart, and Marni Alyson Brown have carefully selected, edited, and introduced the selections with undergraduate students in mind, and address many key 21st century approaches to feminist scholarship throughout, including intersectional perspectives, global and transnational perspectives, a focus on transgender, and an emphasis on masculinity. Gendered Lives, Sexual Beings is also supported by a dynamic blog, where the editors connect the readings to current events and related online articles, films, short videos, and podcasts. Go beyond the text with the Gendered Lives, Sexual Beings blog here: https://gendersexualityreader.wordpress.com/

Impaired Bodies, Gendered Lives: Everyday Realities of Disabled Women

Author: Nandini Ghosh

Publisher: Ratna Sagar

ISBN: 9789384092269

Category: Social Science

Page: 172

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Impaired Bodies, Gendered Lives: Everyday Realities of Disabled Women explores the intersections of gender and disability. Situating disabled women in their local contexts and using an ethnographic approach, this book also provides a review of empirical literature on disabled women, both globally and in India. It seeks, hence, to illustrate how global gendered structures influence practices of gender and ability in specific communities. The lives of disabled women remain entrenched in gendered regimes within families, communities and public spaces, though the agency demonstrated by these women in defining themselves as women and negotiating gendered spaces is remarkable. Keeping this in mind, the present volume steers a balance between a sound academic understanding of the issues of gender and disability, and the involved care of a feminist disability activist. Finally, it attempts to meld the wider challenges of feminist theory, developed both nationally and internationally, with a more immediate understanding of the centrality of gender in the Bengali cultural milieu that percolates down to the remotest corners of Bengali rural life.

North African Women in France

Gender, Culture, and Identity

Author: Caitlin Killian

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 9780804754217

Category: Social Science

Page: 279

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A sociological study of the cultural choices and identity negotiation of North African women immigrants in France.

Cities of Difference

Author: Ruth Fincher,Jane Margaret Jacobs

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781572303102

Category: Social Science

Page: 322

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By adopting an approach that is sensitive to issues of difference as well as to the role of the state, Cities of Difference considers the fragmentation of city life and the complex relationship between identity, power and place.

Making Sense of Fatherhood

Gender, Caring and Work

Author: Tina Miller

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139492837

Category: Social Science

Page: N.A

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As family and work demands become more complex, who is left holding the baby? Tina Miller explores men's experiences of fatherhood and provides unique insights into paternal caring, changing masculinities and men's relations to paid work. She focuses on the narratives of a group of men as they first anticipate and then experience fatherhood for the first time. Her original, longitudinal research contributes to contemporary theories of gender against a backdrop of societal and policy change. The men's journeys into fatherhood are both similar and varied, and they illuminate just how deeply gender permeates individual lives, everyday practices and societal assumptions around caring for young children. This book acts as a companion to Making Sense of Motherhood (Cambridge University Press, 2005) and, together, these innovative studies reveal how gendered practices around caring become enacted.

Screening Culture, Viewing Politics

An Ethnography of Television, Womanhood, and Nation in Postcolonial India

Author: Purnima Mankekar

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 9780822323907

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 429

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An ethnography of urban women television viewers in India, and their reception of particular shows, especially in relation to issues of gender and nation.